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Change in Q10 service

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Wow, someone should tell NJT that it is important to care about whether bus stops are safe, and you shouldn't have stops on the shoulder of highways LOL

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Yeah, I got "snowed" (guess that would be the snow equivalent of splashed) at that very stop a loooong time ago by a sanitation truck.... At one point & time, said bus stop was unmarked too.....

No complaints from my end, regarding this change.....

 

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52 minutes ago, QM1to6Ave said:

Wow, someone should tell NJT that it is important to care about whether bus stops are safe, and you shouldn't have stops on the shoulder of highways LOL

Although Bee-Line does not have too many of these (at least in southern Westchester), ones like this are just plain absurd.

Pick your poison: risk getting hit by some idiot driver, or potentially tumbling down onto the NYS Thruway.

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Going back on-topic: This should have been the case beforehand for all Q10 trips, especially since short-turns already make (one of the) proposed stops and run along that path as well.

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10 minutes ago, BM5 via Woodhaven said:

Although Bee-Line does not have too many of these (at least in southern Westchester), ones like this are just plain absurd.

Pick your poison: risk getting hit by some idiot driver, or potentially tumbling down onto the NYS Thruway.

 

Shows how little thought is given to some stops. Didn't even occur to the people installing it to tell the higher-ups that there's a metal barrier in the way. I can understand ingnorance on the part of management or planning, if they are just looking at a map, but the buck has to stop somewhere.

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27 minutes ago, BM5 via Woodhaven said:

Although Bee-Line does not have too many of these (at least in southern Westchester), ones like this are just plain absurd.

Pick your poison: risk getting hit by some idiot driver, or potentially tumbling down onto the NYS Thruway.

My personal favorite is the one at route 9a/route 117 on the BL-14

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On 6/21/2019 at 2:21 PM, BM5 via Woodhaven said:

Although Bee-Line does not have too many of these (at least in southern Westchester), ones like this are just plain absurd.

Pick your poison: risk getting hit by some idiot driver, or potentially tumbling down onto the NYS Thruway.

 

On 6/21/2019 at 2:44 PM, B35 via Church said:

My personal favorite is the one at route 9a/route 117 on the BL-14

Streetsblog has a contest every year or so to twitter nominate a worst bus stop bracket, this was last years winner:

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Y'all should submit, the NY metro area could use some naming and shaming.

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